The revolution in the book industry? What is the book to our understanding of the usual? Paper with text in a traditional binding? Twenty-first century with its relentless pace of development of a truly digital technology in Internet and mobile industry is breaking stereotypes for centuries. The international community comes in the age of electronic literature and confident gait with great strides. More and more, can be found in public transport young people with various devices, in-depth in the way of electronic reading books. Of course – and this is an indisputable fact – a book on the traditional paper has, like everything else in our lives, its advantages. I have been actively advocating e-reading – and not at all ashamed of their beliefs! But how often I have heard words similar to what 'the book should be immaterial', 'nothing can replace the charm of touch the fingertips of the present paper pages' and so forth … But there are three major, in my opinion the lack inherent in the traditional book.
I belong to that category of people who read a lot. Indeed, it is only beginning, to feel that same thing, the euphoria new knowledge – and here you already can not stop, and all his free time willing to spend for a book. Recently, I gave each a volume of Sartre's – almost 600 pages. From being able to carry it with you – let's say, for work – and read on the go I retain only one fact, quite significant in the literal sense.